Nestled down the quiet cul-de-sac in the desirable countryside village of Greenmount, discover Number Four, Nabbs Fold; a home newly refurbished and primed for 21st century family living.
Pull up onto the driveway, where there is easy parking for three cars and a spacious integral garage beneath the covered entrance to Number Four.
At night time, catch the house dressed to impress, illuminated by lights on the driveway pillars, beneath the canopy and to either side of the garage. And in this handsome home, there is depth to this outward appeal to be discovered within.
Step inside and enter into a bright and welcoming hallway in which light flows in through the smoked glass panels flanking the contemporary charcoal grey front door. Limed oak Karndean extends underfoot through into the kitchen on the right, whilst a contemporary white, vertical radiator exudes warmth to the left-hand side.
Freshen up in the stylish guest WC, located to the left and featuring chic chandelier lighting, mirrored-design tiles, a wash basin and WC.
Next door opens into an immaculate living room, awash in mellow grey tones, with thick, plush carpet underfoot. Above, a sprinkling of inset spotlighting illuminates the room, aiding the natural light which flows through the two broad windows, beneath which discreetly sit modern white cast iron radiators. Snuggle up on one of the comfy sofas and indulge in some relaxing family time, toasty warm in the winter months courtesy of the remote-control fireplace. A home designed for comfort and practicality, designated lamp outlets allow all lamps to be turned on and off from the same light switch.
Returning to the entrance hall, to the right of the front door discover the crisp and contemporary, free-flowing kitchen-dining room: the true hub of the home.
Thoroughly modern in its sleek, handleless design, the matt grey cupboards and built-in appliances, including integrated fridge freezer, double oven, wine fridge and dishwasher melt into the walls and island for a clean-cut finish.Above the solid oak central island, a trio of industrial-style glass pendants casts an urban light on proceedings. As well as providing a convenient dining space, the oak breakfast bar houses an induction hob and sink with instant boiling tap. LED plinth lighting casts a chic glow for mood lighting, with spotlights also on hand for full illumination.
Dine at the formal dining table or when the weather is kind, enjoy eating al fresco, through the bifold doors which lead out into the garden. Velux windows above ensure the outside is never far away here. Designer radiators and in-built USB sockets? In a home as contemporary as this, we’d expect nothing less…
Sneak a peek through to the utility, where more storage awaits, alongside plumbing for a washer and dryer. Access too from here to the integral garage which is fully powered with lights and plumbed for hot and cold water and radiator heated.
Returning to the entrance hall, take the carpeted stairs up, illuminated courtesy of the glass balustrade, emerging onto a light landing.
To the left, discover the first of three spacious bedrooms perfect for children or guests. Clad in soft grey carpet, this cheerful room is the ideal place in which to lay your head down to rest.
Across the way, refresh and relax in the recently refurbished family bathroom.
Toasty warm underfoot courtesy of underfloor heating, cross over to the freestanding tub, the ultimate place in which to soak away the cares of the day. Watch as the water tumbles in a waterfall from the floor-mounted black brassware tap. Fully tiled in wide slabs of soft grey, a quartet of windows provides impressive views out over the countryside.
This stylish bathroom also features an under-lit wall-hung vanity unit with wash basin, LED de-misting mirror, LED-illuminated wall niche and sleek black towel rail.
Next on the left, sneak a peek at the fourth bedroom. embracing a Parisian boutique feel, this bedroom is currently utilised as a chic dressing room; the perfect place to prepare for an evening out with divine country views from the window.
At the end of the hallway lies the third guest bedroom, decorated once more in plush grey carpet, muted pebble tones and with a Scandinavian Hygge-feel feature wall.
Last, but by no means least, take a tour of the sumptuous master bedroom, embellished in nude tones with soft grey carpet underfoot. Built-in wardrobes provide a wealth of storage space, whilst Holcombe Tower can be spied from the window of this spacious and utterly peaceful sanctuary of sleep.
Slip through to the tranquil en-suite, tastefully tiled in on-trend metro tiles, with a walk in wet-room shower and sheer glass wall and marble-tiled floor. A drench shower is complemented by a stylish hand-held attachment with recessed spot-lit shelf for toiletries and a contemporary cast-iron-style heated towel radiator.
From the kitchen, step beyond the bifold doors and out onto the elevated decking – where better to enjoy barbecues and parties with friends and family in the summer months?Spanning the full width of the house there is so much space to relax and soak up the sun and views over the lawn, embellished by a selection of trees including a glorious cherry blossom, providing pink confetti blossoms in the spring time. South-west facing, enjoy the best the weather has to offer, with a sizeable lawn area on which the kids can play. A shed is on hand for the lawnmower and over-wintering patio furniture.
Out and about
With easy access to local motorways, commuting to the neighbouring towns of Manchester, Bury and Bolton is simple. However, it’s what is on the doorstep that makes Number Four, Nabbs Fold the truly fantastic family home it is. Nestled in an area of coveted educational establishments, Greenmount Primary, Holy Mount RC Primary, and Holcombe Brook Primary Schools are all close by.
With open countryside all around, nature and walks are in abundance. Why not explore nearby Redisher Wood; 14 hectares of ancient woodland brimming with the song of birds. In the springtime, the valley sides are carpeted in bluebells. Take a hike up Holcombe Hill and pay homage to the founder of the police force, Sir Robert Peel at Peel Tower. Jumbles Reservoir is also close at hand for a scenic interlude in nature, perfect for a walk with the family. Why not call in at one of the local pubs to slake your thirst on the return journey?
For shops and amenities, Greenmount precinct offers a Co-op, butchers and hairdressers and a number of eateries, while for a celebratory meal, nearby Ramsbottom is bursting with bars, bistros and restaurants.
For a family who love the countryside and who enjoy being in easy reach of city conveniences, Number Four, Nabbs Fold is a sleek and contemporary home ready to be enjoyed. Simply unlock the door and your new life is ready to go…